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Casual Sex on Your Mind? … Watch Play Misty for Me.

Casual sex on your mind, you might want to think it over … Before Fatal Attraction, Misery and Swimfan, there was 1971’s vastly underrated yet clearly memorable and well-crafted classic …it’s a gripping, psychological suspense-thriller Play Misty for Me. For every action there is a subsequent reaction …. Perhaps we all should consider showing this… Continue reading Casual Sex on Your Mind? … Watch Play Misty for Me.

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The Man Who Knew Too Much is a Thriller for all Ages

This is not your ordinary family holiday with Director Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)   (Scene with Daniel Gélin, Christopher Olsen, Doris Day and James Stewart.) Alfred Hitchcock made two versions of The Man Who Knew Too Much. The original film was made in 1934 and starred British and Continental actors… Continue reading The Man Who Knew Too Much is a Thriller for all Ages

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We’ll always have Casablanca and La Marsellaise

We went shopping for some of these classic dvds recently, I was desperate to see a great film, and specifically one of my favourites … I recall vividly the first time I saw Casablanca on screen. I was 10 years old, there was nothing else that interested me on tv and no one to play… Continue reading We’ll always have Casablanca and La Marsellaise

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An Interesting Look at Gender Stereotypes in Film-Noir Crime of Passion

Barbara Stanwyck and Sterling Hayden star in Crime of Passion, a noir crime film from 1957. Stanwyck plays Kathy, a strong, intelligent, independent career woman who has foregone romance and marriage for a job as an advice columnist for the lovelorn with a San Francisco newspaper. Stanwyck falls in love with Hayden who plays Lieutenant… Continue reading An Interesting Look at Gender Stereotypes in Film-Noir Crime of Passion

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The End of the Road for a Fighter – Requiem for a Heavyweight

Requiem for a Heavyweight is a powerful film, a searing masterpiece that takes a heartbreaking look at the seamy, corrupt world of professional low level boxing. This is a feature film version superbly realized by master writer Rod Serling from his remarkable 1956 Playhouse 90 teleplay. Rod Serling is best known for the Twilight Zone… Continue reading The End of the Road for a Fighter – Requiem for a Heavyweight